BS, Transilvania University, Romania
MBA, Plymouth State College
DBA, Southern New Hampshire University
Dr. Roxana Wright is Professor of Management and currently teaches undergraduate and Master of Business Administration courses in strategy and operations management, as well as doctoral courses for the Doctor of Education program. She has authored publications and conference presentations focused on firm performance, supply chain management, and strategies of multinational enterprises. Dr. Wright has published multiple articles focused on the practitioner application of business development concepts in publications including International Journal of Applied Management Science and Competitiveness Review.
Her mission is to guide students towards realizing their full potential. Professor Wright is passionate about translating current research and theory into applied consulting projects and studies in which students provide ideas and solutions to organizations. Professor Wright is the winner of the PSU 2022 Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award. Her most recent work combines business and economics analysis to examine the U.S. states’ globalization in terms of foreign direct investments presence and international business activity.
Before joining Plymouth State University, Professor Wright taught at Southern New Hampshire University and Keene State College.
Roxana Wright, “Scope, Value Chain and Location-Specific Determinants of The MNC Subsidiary’s Geographic Reach”, Journal of Management & World Business Research, Vol. 15. No 1, 2022.
Roxana Wright, “Subsidiary Activities: Parent Company and Local Predictors of Business Resilience”, Journal of Business & Economics Review, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2022. https://doi.org/10.35609/jber.2022.7.2
Roxana Wright and Chen Wu, “The Uneven Short-Run Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Foreign Direct Investment”, Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol. 15, No. 10, 2022. https://doi.org/10.3390/jrfm15100468.